Colophon Calendar FINE EDITION BOOKS AND PRINTS Colophon


The Calendar is curated
by Judith Hoffberg of Umbrella






Fourth International Artists' Book Exhibition, King St. Stephen Museum and the Deak MuseumSzekesfehervar, Hungary from 20 May - 11 September.

Certain Trees: the constructed book, poem and object, 1964 -2006, curated by Simon Cutts, at the Centre des Livres d'Artstes, Pays-paysage, in Saint-Yrieix-La Perche, France through 16 September.


French Book Art/Livres d'Artistes: Artists and Poets in Dialogue at the New York Public Library through 19 August.

Artists Books for a Global World: Gunnar Kaldewey and His Press, 1976 - 2006 at Williams College Chapin Library through 16 July 2006.

Found in Translation, curated by Marshall Weber and produced by Booklyn, at the San Francisco Center for the Book through 21 July. Will travel to the Center for Book Arts in New York City and then to the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.

Mutilated/Cultivated Environments: Artist Members Annual Exhibition at the Center for Book Arts in New York City through 16 September 2006.

X-Libris, 10th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of the San Francisco Center for the Book, opening 28 July and closing 13 October 2006.

Kalligraphia in the Skylight Gallery of the San Francisco Public Library through 31 August. Members of the Friends of Calligraphy.

It's a Living Thing, works by Karen Hanmer at Woolworth Windows Urban Art installaations project, Tacoma, WA through 29 July.

Homegrown, teen art including prints, handmade paper, bookbindings and mixed media collage at Minnesota Center for book Arts, 5 August - 8 September.

Construct. Arthur & Mata Jaffe Collection of Books as Aesthetic Objects at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL on view until the opening of the new expanded Jaffe Collection, slated for late summer.

Beyond Words: The Collectable Book at Minnesota Center for Book Arts from 22 July - 21 October.

Work of Many Hands: The Art of Islamic Bookmaking at the Art Institute of Chicago: Part II from 8 July - 28 August.

Paper Towers by Sarah Horowitz Wiesedruck at the National Yiddish Book Center on Hampshire College campus in Amherst, MA. The show includes models and blocks used to make the book as well as all the pages on display. Through September 2006.

San Diego Book Arts First National Juried Exhibition opening on 11 August through 8 September. UCSD Geisel Library, Main Floor. Includes 53 artists from across the U.S.

The Dust Never Settles to commemorate the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco, with Margaret Tedesco's 10 flipbooks on exhibit at the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery and the San Francisco Public Library's Main Brnach.







A new archive of out-of-print artist books is at Students scholars, collectors, and others can now view and study the more than 150 unique books published by the Women's Studio Workshop. The archive will include every page of the out-of-print editions and selected pages of the in-print editions.

Bookbinding database: A new bookbinding visual database from the British Library can be viewed at

Book History Online (BHO), designed, managed, maintained, and published by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, in cooperation with national committees in more than 30 countries, is a bibliographical database on the history of the printed book and libraries. The databases include bibliographical information on the history of printing and publishing, papermaking, bookbinding, book illustration, type design, and type founding, bibliophilism and book collecting, libraries, and scholars. Visit at


Art Metropole,788 King St. West, Toronto, Ont. M5V 1N6, Canada

Paule Leon Bisson-Millet has a new address at Edelmannsweg 4, 71717 Beilstein, Germany. Tel: (49)07062-978548 or fax: ((49)07062-978549.

Bookartbookshop, 17 Pitfield St., London N1 6HB, England.

Bookstorming, 24 rue de Penthievre (angle av. Matignon) 75008 Paris, France. Tel: (331)4225 1558, fax: (331)4225 1072. Metro: Champs Elysées Clemenceau/Miromesnil

Boekie Woekie, books by artists, Berenstraat 16,NL 1016 GH Amsterdam, TheNetherlands,internet catalogue:

Juan Agius, Books & Multiples, features art zines, alternative publications, art magazines, mail art, ephemera, available online at agius.books! or P.O. Box 5243, CH 1211 Geneva, Switzerland.

Julia Diamond, Book & Livre, 2230 Camino del Rosario, Montecito, CA 93108. (805)565-1904. 20th c. decorative arts, fashion, architecture and photography

Paul Robertson is known as Heart Fine Art and can be reached for amazing catalogs at

Ink Tree, Seestrasse 21, CH-8700, Kusnacht, Switzerland

Hotel des Bains Editions, 28 rue du Pont percZ, 27130 Verneuil sur Avre,France - BP NE1 - La grande Bruyère - F72320 St-Maixent, France

Printed Matter, 535 W. 22nd St., New York, NY 10011 or

Editions & Artists' Books: Johan Deumens.

Mystical Places Press at

Edition Hundertmark, Plaza Ing. Manuel Becerra 1, 12A, E-35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Espana.

Joshua Heller Rare Books, P.O. Box 39114 Washington, DC 20016-9114. 20th Anniversary Catalog for Winter 2005.

Vamp & Tramp, Booksellers, LLC 1951 Hoover Court, Suite 105 Birmingham, AL 35226-3606 /

Volume, 530 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011.

Malcolm Campbell, 43 Holland St, London SE19JR, England.

For more artist book dealers click here


San Francisco Center for the Book An amazing array of courses from theory to practice of all kinds, with stellar faculty members.

CBA: The Center for Book Arts in New York City Or e-mail:

2006 Schedule of Workshops/Garage Annex School You may easily register online using a charge card, or you may download a PDF of the registration form and mail it with your check. www.GarageAnnexSchool.

Minnesota Center for Book Arts announces its Fall 2006 set of courses.

Columbia College Center for Book & Paper Arts:

Women's Studio Workshop Fall 2006.

Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, MD Classes for Fall:

North Bennet Street School at or 39 North Bennet St., Boston, MA 02113.

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